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I have a repo containing lots of projects as folders, now I have possibility to separate them. So each directory is actually a separate repo. I dont have access to current servers ssh, so I can't use svnadmin.

The question is: how do I create repos from another repos folder?

Thank you.

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Does new repo exist? – quanta Sep 25 '11 at 14:17
i can create it. basically on new server i can do anything, but can't do anything at current one. – Daniel Sep 25 '11 at 16:19

Use svnsync to make a remote copy of the source repository.

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Thank you! This solves one piece of problem – Daniel Sep 26 '11 at 8:18

Without access to the current server, you cannot preserve the revision history. But you can copy files into new repository and commit.

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